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Alex Sanabia may have broken a rule, but he probably didn’t alter the outcome of a game.
The 7th Fringe Average Podcast: Detectives Stabler & Benson investigate a robbery from The Hudson Cryobank.
Ben and Sam discuss whether they’ve underrated Patrick Corbin, then talk about whether there’s a bias against redheads in baseball.
The pitches pitchers don’t throw for strikes, to try to get strikes.
You may look at today’s Hit List, but please don’t touch it. (It’s infectious.)
With less than a month until draft day, which players are making names for themselves in the corner outfield market?
A former umpire and umpire supervisor weighs in on the influence catchers have over calls.
News and notes from around the league for May 21, 2013.
The shift is here to stay, but to be embraced, it has to be rebranded.
Opposing pitchers haven’t fared quite as badly in the thin air of Denver in 2013 as they have in past years, but that doesn’t mean you should lower your start-sit bar.
With the Rangers’ top prospect moving up to the big leagues, Wil Myers takes over his spot atop the list.
A non-scout goes undercover at Evans Diamond to evaluate the potential 1-1 draft pick.
The Angels claim a much-needed utility infielder from the Yankees, who acquire a much-needed utility infielder from the Rockies, who don’t do anything.
Safe for work, if your workplace permits nearly nude baseball players in tastefully draped towels.